Anti-Slavery Propaganda in the Oberlin College Library.

ANTI-SLAVERY PROPAGANDA IN THE OBERLIN COLLEGE LIBRARY.

Louisville, Ky.: Lost Cause, 1968
7500 card(s)

Oberlin College Library's collection of American anti-slavery propaganda includes over 2500 pamphlets covering annual reports, proceedings, platforms, and addresses of anti-slavery societies published before the Emancipation Proclamation of January 1, 1863. In 1835 Oberlin College, a center of anti-slavery activity, first admitted blacks as students. The collection is arranged by main entry, generally author. The first microcard for each title includes eye-legible bibliographic data in the form of a catalog card. Each title is fully described in Ellis Library's card catalog.

An uncataloged guide, Anti-Slavery Propaganda in the Oberlin College Library, available in the Special Collections Office, lists the titles included in the collection.

MICD 326

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